We are proud of every child who enters our door at Bozeat Primary. We can see the potential of every child and encourage, encourage and encourage. Bozeat Primary consists of a Nursery Class, a 1 form entry Reception Class, a mixed Years 1/2 Class. Our Key Stage 2 Classes are: a 1 form entry Year 3 Class, a mixed Years 3/4 Class, a 1 form entry Year 5 Class and a 1 form entry Year 6 Class. The make up of classes is determined by our fluctuating numbers so are subject to change particularly in Key Stage 2.
We are a 'values' school and this means that the whole school is committed to understanding and demonstrating values such as respect, friendship, peace and many more which are common to major world religions and an important part of being a good citizen anywhere in the world.
If your child is starting school in September 2022, then please do contact the school office directly on 01933 663840 to arrange a tour of our amazing school with the Headteacher and to meet our other wonderful staff and children. Details of our Autumn term 'Prospective Parent' open days and tours will be advertised here, once timings and plans have been finalised.
We do still have a number of places available for our September 2021 intake in our outstanding EYFS provision - so please do get in touch if you wish to arrange an appointment to visit us.
All applications to the school (including in Year applications) must be completed through the Local Authority School Admission department, please click here. Children are admitted to school at the beginning of the school year (September-August) in which they are 5. The online application process opens in September and closes on the 15th January. Parents are advised if they have been successful in securing a place on the 16th April.
The PAN (pupil admission number) which has been determined for our school is 25. This is the number of pupils which can be accepted for each class, admissions determine otherwise, usually following an appeal.
Where there are more applications for places than there are places available, priority will be given in the following order:
- Children in public care or previously in public care who ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a child arrangements order or special guardianship order)
- Children who live in the linked area(s) of the school
- Children with a sibling continuing at the school at the time of admission
- Other children
For details of our own school pre-school admissions, please view further information on the 'Pre-School' page.